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What to Expect From Psychodrama in Michigan
Answer: Instead of simply asking the client to tell us what happened and then taking notes—which we do do that—but we will expand that and certain parts of it we may say, “Well, let's reenact that. Show me what happened.” And because of muscle memory, which is much more vivid often than what's happening up in the brain and the ability to typically remember it, we can gain more insight into their case from all different aspects of it. And there might be some small portion of it that becomes very important as the linchpin to the defense of the case. And it can also become an important part of what we do as we present the case to the jury.